Hearing reveals Trump’s involvement as unindicted co-conspirator in Michigan fake elector case

In court on Wednesday, a state investigator disclosed that former President Donald Trump, along with his former chief of staff Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani, are unindicted co-conspirators in the Michigan attorney general’s case against the state’s “fake electors” in the 2020 election.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel pressed charges against 16 Republicans in 2020. They were accused of forgery and conspiracy to commit election forgery. The charges stemmed from their alleged attempt to substitute Michigan’s electoral votes for Joe Biden with electoral votes for Trump during the certification of the vote on January 6, 2021.

During the preliminary examinations for the alleged fake electors on Wednesday, Special Agent Howard Shock from the attorney general’s office provided testimony. He revealed that former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis is also an unindicted co-conspirator.

During the questioning by Duane Silverthorn, an attorney representing Michele Lundgren, one of the fake electors, Shock made a shocking revelation.

Silverthorn questioned, “Is former President Donald Trump finally…?”

“Yes,” Shock testified.

According to a statement from Ted Goodman, Giuliani’s political adviser, the former New York City mayor takes pride in advocating for the numerous Americans who have expressed legitimate concerns about the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.

The statement emphasized that he will not be silenced or intimidated by strongly biased individuals.

Nessel decided to drop the charges against one of the alleged fake electors in October after reaching an agreement for their cooperation in the case. However, the state is still actively pursuing charges against the remaining 15 defendants.

Each of the defendants has entered a plea of not guilty.

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